Mozilla Developer Network
This page contains planning, process, and team info about Mozilla Developer Network (MDN).
Questions about MDN? Reach out on firstname.lastname@example.org!
Key Performance Indicator (KPI)
MDN's success in helping web developers is measured by:
- Number of successfully completed tasks = Reach * Helpfulness
- Number of sessions, measured by traffic stats
- Percent of tasks completed, that is, "Did the reader find the info needed for their task?", (to be) measured by surveying a sample of readers
MDN is supported by a cross-functional team with web development, content creation, and other relevant skill sets.
See the MDN Durable Team page for information about this team's members, plans, and processes.
The MDN staff team forms the core of a much larger community of MDN contributors, open to anyone interested in getting involved.
The MDN community is a group of staff and volunteers with the goal of providing useful information and utilities to web developers. We are always happy to help new contributors get involved in writing, editing, localizing, and coding on MDN, and we encourage everyone to participate in helping to make MDN the best it can be.
- Find ways to contribute
- Introduce yourself!
- Join our mailing list(s):
- Hop in our IRC channels (Learn about getting started with IRC):
- #mdn on irc.mozilla.org: MDN content and planning
- #mdndev on irc.mozilla.org: MDN platform development
- Join our community meetings:
- Time: Every other Wednesday at 10am Pacific time.
- Place: #mdn
- Agenda & minutes
- Check our MDN events calendar and meetings page for other meetings and events.
- We also have a Google Group & Web feed
- You can also help by organizing an event for MDN.
More information about getting involved
More wiki pages about MDN:
- Community meetings
- Content dashboard
- Content roadmap
- Development Process
- Doc Sprints
- Get involved
- Learning Area
- MDN 2014 Archives
- Product roadmap
- Product surveys